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Intel to bring forward Atom N280 CPU launch to second half of February, say notebook makers
Monica Chen, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES
Intel has decided to bring forward the launch of its single-core Atom N280 processor bundled with GN40 chipset to the second half of February instead of in the second or third quarter as previously planned, according to sources at Taiwan notebook mak...
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